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Closing a mail-sorting center in Tucson would not just delay mail delivery here, but would disrupt local elections conducted by mail, and nearly disenfranchise voters on the Tohono O'odham Nation, writes Pima County Recorder F. Ann Rodriguez. Read more» 3

I want to thank the 600 people who attended the Dec. 28 public meeting about the potential closure of the Cherrybell Post Office processing center. Tucson and Southern Arizona showed that we are strongly opposed to closing the facility. Read more» 5

The Postal Service will take public comments on the potential closure of Tucson's mail sorting facility at a meeting Wednesday night. Hundreds of jobs could be lost here if USPS moves the center to Phoenix, bulk mail rates would rise, delivery times would grow longer. Read more» 3